Tuttle's Mollimentum Hoof Dressing (Canada)This page contains information on Tuttle's Mollimentum Hoof Dressing for veterinary use.
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- Tuttle's Mollimentum Hoof Dressing Indications
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Tuttle's Mollimentum Hoof DressingThis treatment applies to the following species:
HELPS HOOVES HOLD MOISTURE
HELPS KEEP HOOVES TOUGH AND PLIABLE
AIDS IN THE PREVENTION OF HARD, DRY, BRITTLE HOOVES
MOLLIMENTUM® HOOF DRESSING applied regularly helps with total hoof maintenance. HARD, CRACKED, BRITTLE HOOVES AND HEELS usually occur because of excessive dryness. Freshly trimmed hooves are especially vulnerable to moisture loss through the raw hoof edges. MOLLIMENTUM applications help hooves retain vital moisture to keep them pliable.
CONTRACTED HEELS, HARD SOLE AND FROG, AND DRY CORONET, due to loss of moisture and body oils, are conditions that may be relieved after regular applications of MOLLIMENTUM. MOLLIMENTUM, massaged into these areas, provides emollient action and helps maintain the flexibility needed for the hoof to provide the proper “shock absorbing” function.
NOT FOR HUMAN USE
Directions For Use
MOLLIMENTUM HOOF DRESSING is easy to apply, using either a small paint brush or a soft cloth.
Before applying MOLLIMENTUM, pick foreign matter out of soles and clefts of the frog. The foot and hoof wall should be clean and dry. Apply MOLLIMENTUM daily or as needed to all portions of the hoof, especially freshly trimmed hoof edges, and massage it into the coronet, or coronary band (at the hairline, just above the hoof), around the frog, sole and over the bulbs of the heels. Work it in thoroughly.
To give the hooves a fine, glossy and finished appearance, apply MOLLIMENTUM HOOF DRESSING to the hoof walls and rub it in well with a soft cloth.
Tuttle's Mollimentum Hoof Dressing Caution
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
For external use only. Do not apply to irritated skin. If excessive irritation develops, discontinue treatment. Avoid getting into eyes or on mucous membranes.
Cottonseed Oil, 34.7%, combined with Rosin, Beeswax, Paraffin, and Turpentine for plasticity.
MOLLIMENTUM HOOF DRESSING has been used by horse trainers and farriers since 1880 to maintain pliable hooves and help prevent hoof dryness. Excessive loss of moisture and body oils can cause hard, dry, brittle hoof walls and harden the coronet, sole and frog portions of the hoof. Without these vital fluids, pliability is lost and the hoof fails to provide the proper “shock-absorbing” protection to the leg from heavy impact. Regular applications of MOLLIMENTUM, together with adequate nutrition, helps ensure the pliability and toughness of all equine hooves. MOLLIMENTUM HOOF DRESSING forms a thin, flexible, moisture-resistant coating on the hoof wall which helps protect it from dry soil and air. MOLLIMENTUM acts as an emollient to soften and help the sole, frog and coronet hold the fluids they need to produce a tough, pliable foot that absorbs impact and softens shock. A tough, pliable foot is less prone to crack and split. Applied to the hoof wall, MOLLIMENTUM adheres and fills tiny surface cracks to retard moisture loss. It protects hooves which have lost their natural coating (the periople) by abrasion. MOLLIMENTUM gives hooves a shiny, natural appearance.
TRY THESE OTHER QUALITY TUTTLE’S HORSE CARE PRODUCTS:
TUTTLE’S ELEXER SPECIAL VETERINARY LINIMENT
SAVOSS COUNTER-IRRITANT LINIMENT
FOULEX THRUSH TREATMENT
MAXI-MIX PELLETED HORSE FEED SUPPLEMENT
LIQUID 747 HORSE SUPPLEMENT
LONE STAR HOOF PADS
TUTTLE’S HORSE CARE DIVISION, Y-TEX CORPORATION, CODY, WYOMING 82414
Made in U.S.A.
IN CANADA: PEGASUS DIST., LONDON, ON N5V 3E1
30 OZ. (850.5 gm.)
120 OZ. (7.5 LB.) (3.43 kg.)
NAC No.: 13430050
1825 BIG HORN AVENUE, CODY, WY, 82414
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